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Re: address@hidden: Re: Problem sending bigger mails with CVS Gnus + CVS
Re: address@hidden: Re: Problem sending bigger mails with CVS Gnus + CVS Emacs]
Fri, 24 May 2002 02:45:47 +0200
Gnus/5.090006 (Oort Gnus v0.06) Emacs/21.2 (i686-pc-linux-gnu)
Richard Stallman <address@hidden> writes:
> There was a bug in process-send-string which prevented sending of more
> than n characters in one line (500?).
> Can you remember which system this happened on?
> Can you please try to reproduce it now?
At work, where I still use Windows, I still have Emacs 20.7, so I
don't know how much that will help.
> There is code to try to split long lines.
Right, I think what was missing was spliting between lines. When
people sent their entire buffer and every line of the buffer was
"short", then this would trigger the deadlock.
> This used to cause problems in
> sql-mode when people wanted to use process-send-string to send entire
> buffers to the process. All lines where shorter than n, and thus
> there was no breaking into chunks, and this caused deadlocks with the
> That sounds like a separate bug. There is code that tries to receive
> output when the process input buffer is full, but it may not work.
> Can you reproduce this now?
Not on my GNU/Linux system with the following script used as the bogus
read -p "SQL> "
while true; do
LINE=$(($LINE + 1))
case $REPLY in
read -p "SQL> "
read -p " $LINE: "
I will try and remember to run the appropriate test when I install
Emacs 21 on a Windows machine.
Re: address@hidden: Re: Problem sending bigger mails with CVS Gnus + CVS Emacs], Christoph Conrad, 2002/05/21
Re: address@hidden: Re: Problem sending bigger mails with CVS Gnus + CVS Emacs], Jason Rumney, 2002/05/19
Re: address@hidden: Re: Problem sending bigger mails with CVS Gnus + CVS Emacs], Jason Rumney, 2002/05/20